Firehouse fundraiser
They were cold and rainy Saturdays but that didn’t stop many employees at Reminderband to donate their time. The employees sold the KARE wristbands in an effort to help raise money for the victims of Hurricane Katrina.

Employees at Reminderband first volunteered their time at a local Logan restaurant, Firehouse Pizza, to raise money teaming up with the local radio stations for hurricane relief.

Two weeks later the team was back outside in the rain and cold selling wristbands outside of the local Wal-Mart in their hurricane fundraising event.

The KARE wristbands were created with the KARE Campaign, an effort to band Americans together to show the victims of the tragic Hurricane Katrina that they care. All proceeds from the KARE wristbands go to different hurricane relief organizations.

The team at Reminderband is committed to helping with disaster relief, cancer research and other great causes.

To learn more about the Kare Campaign visit the Web site www.uskares.org.

Employee selling kare bands